Archive | December, 2018

Women’s basketball aims for a successful season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor The College of Wooster Fighting Scots Women’s Basketball team started their 2018-2019 season in November, and at present have an overall record of 3-3, with an 0-2 mark in NCAC play. With a tough conference game against the Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops in Timken Gymnasium on Dec. 15, the Scots look […]

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Homelessness should not be a crime

Aside from the illegality of criminalizing homelessness, it is deeply immoral, employs dangerous fear rhetoric and shows a great lack of sympathy. There is a crucial discussion about homelessness going on now in Wayne County, and all students should be paying attention to it, if not actively engaging with it. At 7:30 p.m. on Monday […]

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Women’s soccer and field hockey players earn awards

Ben Blotner Senior Sports Writer It was a successful fall season for many Fighting Scots athletes, as some of them managed to take home awards. Field hockey players Sydney Schuster ’21, Katie Shideler ’21 and Erika Womack ’19 were named to the NFHCA All-Great Lakes Region team, while soccer player Erica White ’19 was named […]

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Palestinian solidarity is not anti-Semitism

This week, activist and Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill was fired from his position as a CNN commentator only days after giving a speech at the United Nations to recognize the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. In his speech, he spoke about the normalization of settler colonialism in Israel, the displacement […]

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C.O.W.’s Model UN team wins highest award at conference

Abby Everidge Staff Writer Over Thanksgiving Weekend, Wooster’s Model UN team was honored with the Outstanding Delegation award at an American Model United Nations (AMUN) conference in Chicago. According to President Sabrina Harris ’19, “Outstanding Delegation is the highest and only team honor at AMUN and is only awarded to five teams … 130 teams […]

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Irish Dance club Blackbirds performs at Common Grounds

Elena Morey A&E Editor Ever wondered what it would sound like if someone taught six Clydesdale horses how to beautifully tap dance to Christmas music?  Well, on Nov. 30., the Irish Step Club Blackbirds performed at Common Grounds.  They had their festive Christmas socks on and most had the Blackbirds shirt.  The music and the […]

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